Contest invites students to design their ‘Dream Car’
Toyota Hawaii is inviting all Hawaii student artists age 15 years and younger to create a drawing of “Your Dream Car” for Toyota Hawaii’s 2014 Dream Car Art Contest. Original, hand-drawn entries must be submitted by Jan. 31 to any Toyota dealer statewide or mailed to Toyota Dream Car Art Contest, P.O. Box 2788, Honolulu, HI 96803-2788.
Entry forms and rules are available online at ToyotaHawaii.com and at all Toyota Hawaii Dealerships. One lucky winner could receive a trip to Japan to participate in the Toyota Motor Corporation world competition, while Hawaii finalists will receive an iPad Mini with retina display or cash. New this year, Toyota Hawaii will award five teachers throughout the State of Hawaii a $250 gift card for art materials and supplies.
All eligible artwork will be automatically entered into the People’s Choice Competition, where family, friends and fans of the Toyota Hawaii Facebook page will have the opportunity to vote for their favorite entries from Feb. 17-March 9. Voters are encouraged to vote daily and each vote will be automatically tallied.
The teacher recognition component is new this year. Each teacher who submits student artwork will be entered to win a $250 gift card for school/art supplies. One random winner will be selected from Maui, Kauai and the Big Island, and two from Oahu.
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